Monthly Archives: March 2018

At Buchannan Street Station

  See those static people Standing at the door They are there every day Each week showing pamphlets All year standing there   See the dosser begging Across from the static folk Holding out his grubby hand One day I … Continue reading

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Flying the Flag

Scene 1: HOTEL SUITE NARRATOR stands before audience. NARRATOR:         John le Carre said. ‘I would believe almost anything of the state of Russian intelligence at the moment, which is on the one hand closely involved with Russian crime, on the … Continue reading

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Streaking Red

Hanging off the edge of time Holding back the scary dread Mulling over, catching words Of secrets that we still keep Moving onward to the fate As in perpetual motion Taking us there, in dire fear Through the blackness Streaks … Continue reading

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Come the reaper

I have had a poem, ‘Come the reaper’ accepted for an anthology named Circle of Life to be published on 31 May 2018.   Come the reaper   Entangled in a spider’s web Frozen by layers of lies We watch … Continue reading

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